was supposed to graduate from high school. nbc's peter alexander is live from medford, new york with more. good morning. what's the latest from there? >> reporter: alex, good day. we've been out here much of this morning. to give awe sense of the impacted on this community, this pharmacy where that murder, those murders took place, is now really become a memorial with many people stopping by again to leave notes and flowers today. among the four people that were killed here, a mother of two engaged to be married, jamie taseta. friends and family planning to come together this fall for her wedding instead, unfortunately today sadly, they're coming together to for her funeral, buried in her wedding dress. late friday night a heartbreaking gathering to remember the victims of the worst mass killing in new york's suffolk count any nearly 40 years. among the four victims, jamie, pharmacist, and his assistant 17-year-old jennifer who should have graduated from high school this week.